Book Review – The Deep by Rivers Solomon

Title: The Deep Author: Rivers Solomon Edition: Hardcover Page Count: 166 pages Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  Yetu holds the memories for her people—water-dwelling descendants of pregnant African slave women thrown overboard by slave owners—who live idyllic lives in the deep. Their past, too traumatic to be remembered regularly, is forgotten by everyone,Continue reading “Book Review – The Deep by Rivers Solomon”

Author Spotlight: David Sodergren

With the recent events being what they are right now, so many of us are struggling. People are out of work, companies and stores are closing up shop to promote social distancing & quarantining, and the future is looking uncertain for a lot of us. I believe that this is such an important time forContinue reading “Author Spotlight: David Sodergren”

Book Review – Stirring the Sheets by Chad Lutzke

Title: Stirring the Sheets Author: Chad Lutzke Edition: Paperback Page Count: 130 pages Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary: An elderly funeral home worker, struggling with the loss of his wife, finds an unnatural attraction to a corpse at work resembling his late bride in her younger years. A story of desperation, loneliness andContinue reading “Book Review – Stirring the Sheets by Chad Lutzke”

Comic Corner #1: Harrow County (Vol. 1 and 2), Fables (Vol. 1)

I’ve wanted to include comic reviews, but often don’t have as much to say on a single issue or volume as I would a book. Because of this, I didn’t feel they’d necessitate a whole review of their own space-wise, and thus the idea for my Comic Corner was born! Soon, I’ll be reorganizing/alphabetizing myContinue reading “Comic Corner #1: Harrow County (Vol. 1 and 2), Fables (Vol. 1)”

ChooseToDo Inner | Holo(graphic!) Bullet Journal Cover Review

Anyone who knows me personally or that has been following my blog for awhile knows that I love organization. From spreadsheets to planners, I’ve felt a deep adoration for anything neat and orderly for as long as I can remember – and along with that has always been a love of anything cute or colorful.Continue reading “ChooseToDo Inner | Holo(graphic!) Bullet Journal Cover Review”

Monthly Wrap-Up: February 2020

Another month down! February was pretty great in terms of the horror community, with it being both Black History Month and Women in Horror Month! So many people I love posted really great things throughout the month, including recommendations to books written by women of color that I hadn’t already had on my radar! I’mContinue reading “Monthly Wrap-Up: February 2020”

Just the Tips: 4 Ways You Can Read More Books This Year

For the month of January, I read a total of 20 books. This is a pretty good amount (although my personal best is 25, so I’m still aiming higher 😂), especially considering that my overall goal for total books read in 2020 is set at 50. I’m asked so often about my reading, and aboutContinue reading “Just the Tips: 4 Ways You Can Read More Books This Year”

Featured on Dead Head Reviews for Women In Horror Month

Hi friends!! I wanted to share this here on the blog for those of you who maybe get these updates, but don’t follow me on (or use) social media! 🙂 I was recently asked to contribute an article to a review website I follow, and I’m so honored by the opportunity! I was given aContinue reading “Featured on Dead Head Reviews for Women In Horror Month”

Monthly Wrap-Up: January 2020

Is halfway into February too late for a January wrap-up? No? Good! 😀 I read a whopping 20 books this past month, which I think is a year-starting record for me maybe! Of those, a few were graphic novels, so don’t be too impressed – but still! I’m also happy to say that a lot of whatContinue reading “Monthly Wrap-Up: January 2020”

5 Audiobooks I Loved Listening To in 2019

I’ve never been a huge audiobook person. I’m the kind of person that has trouble listening and absorbing information from that alone. When I watch stuff on TV, I always use subtitles. I usually have to watch people’s mouths to understand what they’re saying during parts of conversations. What I’m trying to say is, it’sContinue reading “5 Audiobooks I Loved Listening To in 2019”